Mark M. answered • 04/24/18

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A power to a power is the product of the powers

(a

^{x})^{y}= a^{xy}Matthew D.

asked • 04/24/18My teacher is teaching us a new concept and I don't quite understand it. Please help me. If you can, please explain how to do (3k) with 4 as a exponent inside the () and another 4 exponent outside the ()

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Mark M. answered • 04/24/18

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A power to a power is the product of the powers

(a^{x})^{y} = a^{xy}

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